Hello and thank you for your patience.
This is not a fine, actually it is an invoice arising from a civil matter/contract dispute. They are entitled to sue you only for the breach of contract of their terms and conditions. There is no legal basis for them to charge you £60 as this price cannot be justified in the court of law. You should stop corresponding with them.
They normally do not sue in the majority of cases. The reason for this is that if they do commence proceedings then they would only be able to claim for the sum of the original invoice- if the court deemed this was a reasonable charge (and it isn’t). Plus the actual cost of taking you to court is not cost effective for them to do so.
You should stop corresponding with them, they are unlikely to sue you. You have paid the contractual terms i.e. £1 therefore no further correspondence should be made with them. None of these cases ever reach court despite any threats they may give and in the unlikely event it does reach court, 99% of cases are successfully defended.
If you do receive any further letters from them please let me know by returning to the site and putting my name first before any question and it will come directly to me.
I hope I have assisted you today, please take a moment to provide a positive rating, the thread remains open for any further questions you want to ask at no extra cost, thank you. John